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PlayStation Vita Card Case

Platform : PlayStation Vita
4.6 out of 5 stars 139 customer reviews

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  • The Official PlayStation Vita Card Case
  • Protects and organizes your PS Vita cards
  • Holds up to 8 games and 2 memory cards
  • Protective clam shell design
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Product Description

Holding up to 8 games and 2 memory cards, this sleek and simple official Card Case helps organize your PlayStation Vita cards all in one convenient holder. With a protective clam shell design, it’s perfect for easy access and storage at home or on the go.

Product Information

ASIN B006JKARPS
Release date February 13, 2012
Customer Reviews
4.6 out of 5 stars 139 customer reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #2,814 in videogames
#7 in Video Games > PlayStation Vita > Accessories > Cases & Storage
#1,278 in Video Games > Accessories
Pricing The strikethrough price is the List Price. Savings represents a discount off the List Price.
Product Dimensions 8.5 x 3.4 x 0.3 inches
Media: Video Game
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As the title of the review says, this case holds Vita games and MCs perfectly and securely. To secure games in place, you put the bottom part in first, the round part being the top; to remove them, simply grab the round part and pull up. The memory card, as small as it is, also fits in there securely. There's a tab that helps to get the card out. I did a travel and drop test, the games and MCs stayed in place.

This game case is surprisingly very well built, made of quality plastic and it is a breeze to close and open. Snaps to close, push a tab in the middle to open. Small & light weight.

If there's a problem, I'd say it's capacity, it will only hold 8 games & 2 MCs. BUT, being so low priced at $5.99, plus its size and weight, you can easily carry a few of these in the travel pouch or whatever you use.

Also, for those who got the FEB edition, this fits inside the FEB case where the net is, with space left. In fact, you can probably fit more than one.
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I travel a lot, and the Playstation Vita is intended to be something I can throw in a bag and take anywhere. If, like me, you're still planning on buying your games on physical media when given the opportunity and don't like to leave with only 1 game, these official card cases will cleanly, securely, and efficiently carry 8 games. That's enough for a nice-sized collection of games, and even a couple will barely put a dent in your pocket or baggage space.

Inserting and removing games is easy and painless. The case does also carry two memory cards, which are tougher to get in and out. I have a 32GB card that I replaced my 8GB card with, so I'm never switching them and the case simply protects my back-up memory card, and keeps me from losing the poor, tiny thing.

If combined with a carrying case, such as the nice First Edition Bundle case, or similarly styled zipper cases, a couple of these cases can easily fit inside depending on whether you're carrying your plug and other such bulk.

So far this is the best option I've found for pocket-sized transportation of several games, but if you only want to carry 3 to 5 games at a time, you may be better off just finding a nice carrying case for the Vita itself that also comes with fabric-based game card slots, but so far there are no carrying cases for the Vita system that include storage space and still fit in your pocket.

If you plan on stockpiling a large library of Vita games on physical media, and want to keep them self contained, you may be better off with the import-only, Hori brand 12 & 24 card cases. There is also the Pull N Go Folio case for the Vita, which is massive, but holds a lot of game cards as well.
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For those who want to keep extra games with them, this is perfect. It can hold up to eight games and two memory cards. It's very durable and has a clamshell design. The games clip into the case and stay in there. I tested dropping the case and trying to dislodge the games by shaking it. They stayed safe and undamaged. This is a tough case, and one that I will use often. Well worth the price.
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This is much better than the Assecure case I had bought. Assecure is excellent for a 3DS game case, but for the Vita, this is the best I've found. It opens easily, and if you follow the arrows in the case that indicate the direction the card should face, the game cards and memory cards are stored safely and securely without being overly difficult to remove. It's easy to store, being exactly as tall vertically as the blue cases Vita games are bought in. If you place two of these cases side by side, I suspect they would together be exactly as wide as those blue game cases as well. This means they store well on my bookshelf with the rest of my games. I'm quite satisfied with the quality of this product.
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The Playstation Vita Card Case does just what it should. It conveniently holds eight games and two memory sticks. It is small, non-intrusive, and simple. The pricing is reasonable, and I'd suggest it to anyone who typically carries around a bunch of their games in the original cases in backpacks or bag. It definitely saves space for those who travel and keeps the original cases for games in good condition.
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If you're like me and chose to go the "Physical Games" route with the Vita (opposed to downloading digital versions of the games), you've probably already realized that carrying around a stack of game carts is no fun.

Some cases, like the PlayStation Vita Travel Pouch do have "pockets" to hold Vita game cards, but the problem is that they don't seem entirely secure. It's basically a fabric slot designed to fit a game cart. With the cost of these games, I just don't feel comfortable storing a couple in an open pocket like that, so I looked into this Card Case.

Right off the bat, it looks stylish. It's a semi-transparent smoke/grey colored case with a nice glossy PSVITA logo on the top. The case feels sturdy and seems like it can handle a bit of pressure without breaking. When closed, the case seals tightly (a problem with a lot of these types of cases are that they can easily pop upon when you least want them to -- inside a bag, for example, leaving you digging for the contents.

The opening uses a "Push" button to unlock it (it can be pulled open by force, but it's not too easy).

Unfortunately, the weak part seems to be the "spine" which holds the case together. Most of these cases use a 2-piece system (the top and the bottom) with the edges of each connecting to eachother - the Vita case, however, uses 3 pieces - a top, bottom and a "spine" which connects the two. Problem is, the spine can break at the seams if weaked by repeating flexing of it (such as opening/closing the case). I don't see this happening any time soon, but it does look like something to keep an eye on.
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